Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>July 2008
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The setting for excellence: campus construction accelerates
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Finding the line between order and chaos
Michael Sheridan '89 earns a Fulbright to research political, social, and economic upheaval in Indonesia. 
Sarah Baumann '08 tells her grandparents' story
Buttons and needles, eyeglasses -- even sardine cans -- show how Max and Esther Segall escaped the Holocaust. 
Spring sports teams shine in the postseason
Men's lacrosse records their most wins since 2001, Keith Drake '08 qualifies for the NCAA Championship in the 1,500 meters and more. 
Dining Services recognized for helping teens with disabilities
College provides jobs for high school students with physical, mental and sensory challenges. 
Media Bytes
  • Lori Schippers '08 bikes across the country for the Bike and Build program.
  • Professor of Art Barkley Hendricks shows his paintings at Duke University.
  • Connecticut College Trustee Theodore S. Chapin '72 is elected chairman of the board of the directors of the American Theatre Wing. 
  • Announcements
  • See Ella, a musical based on the life of Ella Fitzgerald, at a discounted rate.
  • Freshman parents, don't forget to send in your information forms. 
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